Can an owner add a resolution to the AGM agenda?

Persons holding at least 20% of a strata corporation’s votes may, by written demand, propose a resolution or raise a matter for inclusion in the agenda at an Annual General Meeting. 1
This written demand should be signed by the voters and must be delivered to the strata corporation with sufficient time so that the Notice of Meeting, agenda and any ¾ vote resolutions proposed can be provided to the owners with sufficient notice under the Strata Property Act. 2

Subject to receiving a written demand, the strata council determines the agenda at the Annual General Meeting. 3





  1. Strata Property Act, SBC 1998, c.43, s.46(2)
  2. Strata Property Act, SBC 1998, c.43, s.46(3)
  3. Strata Property Act, SBC 1998, c.43, s.46(1)
Oscar Miklos
Oscar Miklos is the founder and principal lawyer at Refresh Law in Burnaby and the founder of He regularly advises residential and commercial landlords and tenants, strata owners, strata corporations, property managers and insurance providers in all aspects of housing disputes.